Malcolm in the Middle + Zack Attack = An AWESOME blast from the past!!
We just learned child stars Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Frankie Muniz will play themselves in the second season premiere of the Don't Trust The B— in Apartment 23!
They're featured in several sequences with James Van Der Beek and Busy Philipps, both of whom will also be playing themselves!
Exactly how many cameo appearances can they cram into one 30 minute sitcom?
We're happy for
Malcolm in the Middle is engaged! Congrats!
Frankie Muniz proposed to his girlfriend of 4 years, Elycia Marie Turnbow, at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona on Friday.
It's a little surprising considering their violent domestic dispute last February, which may or may not have involved a gun being held to someone's head, but we wish them the best!
Sources say that "the wedding is set to take place in six months" with a few "major celebrity guests" like the Jonas Brothers.
Last we heard, Frankie is planning to run for public office. We're glad to hear he'll have a beautiful wife standing by his side during the 2016 elections!
Good luck, guys!
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For whatever reason, we don't know, but she seems to think she is in no danger staying with him.
Last week, we received disturbing reports that Frankie Muniz was in a violent argument with his girlfriend, Elycia Turnbow, that ended with a gun being pointed at his head and police intervening. His rep has vehemently denied the rumors that a gun played "any" part in the incident and has now come forward to assure us that Frankie and his lady are still together. The rep explained that everything is "fine" and "as far as they are concerned, their issues are resolved."
Oh really? Just like that, huh? One minor incident involving a gun and attempted suicide and they are all hunky dory? Why do we find that hard to believe.
But Frankie' s rep insists that her client and Elycia are "still very much a couple," and adds:
"Neither one is interested in finger-pointing at the other. It was a situation that escalated beyond a point that it needed to be. If anything, they will look back at this as a learning opportunity."
You know that saying that love is blind? Yeah, well, someone needs to smack the sight back into this young lady. We're all about forgiveness and seeing the good in people, but when someone can react that violently, they need to be held accountable for their actions. Before everyone all turns a blind eye to this, maybe he should get some help. Just a thought.
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Get your story straight, Frankie!
Last we heard, Frankie Muniz put a gun to his own head during a domestic dispute with girlfriend Elycia Turnbow.
Now a rep for Muniz is claiming that a gun was NOT involved in the dispute, even though the police report says differently:
"Frankie and Elycia had an argument a few days ago. The police were called to the residence."
"A gun played no part in the argument and was voluntarily given to the police for safekeeping. There were no bruises and neither left the residence. He was not suicidal. She was not assaulted."
Muniz's rep also claims that the couple are "moving forward with their lives and with their relationship."
Either someone is lying now, or someone was lying to the police. What's the deal?
And EVEN IF no gun was involved, there's clearly something wrong if an "argument" gets so heated that the cops need to be called. We still say Frankie needs to get help.
What do U think?
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